December 5th, 2008
It’s been a busy week here on Old Media, New Tricks. We started off the week by posting an interview with Aron Pilhofer, some thoughts on community-building, tips for live-Tweeting an event and we closed out with by pondering link journalism.
Here are our links of the week.
Need to drive some traffic? Niche social media sites could be a good way for you to build your reputation. (And it doesn’t hurt to get some links, too.) Steven Snell from Traffikd writes about seven factors that separate good niche social media sites from bad ones.
Here’s an older post, but it could be interesting for you news folks. What is a Twitter follower worth?
It can be difficult to spread the social media gospel in the newsroom. Here are 25 free eBooks you can download and share. There’s some great stuff in there.
Mark Potts from Recovering Journalist muses on what it takes for newspapers to get serious online.
As always, if you have any links to suggest for next week, please post them as a comment or message us on Twitter.
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